The following are two sets of self portraits I took while on San Juan Island last month. This was the first time I created a low-budget photography studio, and the first time I ritualized photography concerning the physical human body as the main theme/subject. As explored below in Memory forms, movement accompanied each of the… Continue reading Photos: Memory Forms and Further Forms
I have taken some time to work with a new camera setup at the Whiteley Center at Friday Harbor Labs. A new project has emerged: Memory Forms. Here is a preview image from the experience:
Here at the Whiteley Center on San Juan Island, I have had time to focus on literary, audio, and video works. I have completed what is definitely the final GIF sequence of the year, which I’ve labeled at the Whiteley Center GIF Bundle. Check it out on this page here.
I have just posted a large collection of large GIFs, created to round out the final days of the calendar year. This bundle, as I’m calling it, contains the aquatic and the natural, continued. It is a gentle extension of the most recent GIFs posted recently. In the near future, I intend to create more… Continue reading GIFs Wrap-Up for the Year
This black and white image was taken in the Sonoran Desert at the Organ Pipe National Monument in December, 2020.
Another week, another processing night for all the GIFs in my night. As per the GIFs page, here’s the following additions to the family: Sammamish Kubota Gardens Colorado National Monument
Being present for these ghostly beings is an ideal practice. Taken at the Kubota Gardens in Seattle on November 29, 2020.
A new push on my end has resulted in a flurry of fun-filled GIF images. Still moving. Still defunct as a format. These are great time consumers, capable of creatively getting me into the body of the footage I record. This is the artful way that screams in joy and terror at once. As per… Continue reading A Gazillion GIFs 1
The Playa at the Black Rock Desert, Nevada.
Oregon and Nevada. Taken in March 2020.
From the coulee, with love.
From Boulder River, with Love.
From the BeltLine, Atlanta, with Love.